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- The Librarian on In the Shadow of Moloch: The Sacrifice of Children and Its Impact on Western Religions, by Martin S. Bergmann
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Tag Archives: impressionism
Puzzle of December 18, 2009
by Paul Gauguin, 1888. Doing it made my feet cold, so take precautions.
Puzzle of November 11, 2009
Manet’s painting is a beautiful exploration of what it means to see and what it means to gaze. The painting was displayed at the Getty Museum in 2007, and that website has a particularly good collection of art-critical analysis and public reactions. For me, the gripping thing about this picture is how much it draws us into [...]
Puzzle of October 16, 2009
by Paul Cezanne, 1882-85. "He sought to reveal the inner geometry of nature".